Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Mission boat minister to speak FOKBMOST (Special) Kcv. George Kcenlysitle of the United Church mission boat Thomas Crosby will be a guest at Foremost United Church Thursday at 3 p.m, Mr. Keenlyside is spending eight days in the South Alber- ta Presbytery telling of his missionary work for the church in isolated setlleincnts on Can- ada's Pacific coiist. Later (he same day lie will Epcuk to a meeting al Brooks at if p.m. Butler welcomed NATAL (IhNS) The Cath- olic Women's League of St, Mi- chael's Parish held its meet- ing in Hie new St. Michael's Hall in Spai'ivaud recently with 11 members in attendance. A new member, Mrs. Yvonne Butler, was welcomed. A SI. Patrick's tea and hake .sale will ho held in Hie new St, Michael's ilail Saturday Ularch IS, from 2 to 5 p.m. Members decided to hole their iuimiuE spring bazaar at a later date. EIGHT-ENDER Marge Arndl and fellow curlers Win Sparks, Palt Coppietters and Vonnie Ririe, oil of Magrath, chalked up an eight-ender. Novice curler Mrs. Arndt is jubilant. It's the first women's eight-ender in nine years by a rink of the Magrath Ladies Curling Club. Harder Photo 'Happiness Is a Music; Concerf MILK RIVER (HNS) junior Thursday evening. March 9, at 8 o'clock four different music groups from (lie junior and se- nior high schools present "Happiness Is a Music Con- cert" in the Erie Rivers au- ditorium. This concert, featuring the choius, stage hand, swing choir and senior high mixed chorus, will emphasize a variety of 1 i g li I and popular musical selections. Tills program is being held in conjunction with Education Week and is open to the gen- eral public. Social hour follows prayer NOBLEFORD (HNS) The Noblcfnrd United Church took part in the World Day of Pray- er. Women from Barons, Mon- arch and Nohleford attended. A f t c r Ihrj service a social hour was field in the church hasement. March 8, 197J THE LETHBBIDGE HERAID _ 3 surplus at St. Vincent's By MAIIG LUNN I Pincher Creek Ministerial As- llnrnlrt News Service socintion to assist in purchas- PINCHER CREEK At the mg new equipment for the hbs- This donation rcprescnl- xi the proceed s of offeri ngs made1 at the Community Carol "estival held in December, District News Mountain time NATAL (HNS) A recom- mendation that the Regional District of East Kootenay oper- ate on Mountain Daylight Sav- ing Time from April 30 to Oct. 29 this year has been passed by (lie RDEK board and RDEK offices will open for their hours based on MDST. The move follows receipt of a City of Cranbrook resolution asking the RDEK to set MDST as the time for this area dur- ing the summer months. A group of railway men and (heir families in Cranbrook have opposed use of Mountain time, which is different than most of the province which op- erates on Pacific time, Matron visits GRANUM (HNS) Perfec- tion Chapter 31 of the Order of the Eastern -Star at Gramim re- cently was visited by worthy grand matron Anne Guild of Jasper. Other visitors present were from Jasper, Lethbridge, Pic- lure Bulte, Carmangay and Fort Macleorl. Ramblers win 13, lose 5 NEW DAYTON (HNS) Early this winter, young men living in the New Dayton com- munity decided to revive the New Dayton Ramblers basket- ball team. This team won the South Al- berta Intermediate Men's title many times. The Cronkhitc boys, Kaupp brothers, Duncans, Art Beaton and many more talented fel- lows wore ttie Rambler uni- form. It is interesting to note the new Rambler team consists o sons and younger brothers of tlie old Humbler ovganiza tion. These boys wanted some thing to do for recreation so they asked Don Duncan t> coach Iheir basketball team Laler on Tom Cronkhitc tool over the coaching. The R a n b 1 e r s played li games, league and exhibition winning 13 and losing five. Day of peace NATAL (HNS) The first .unday in Lent was recently elebrated as a world day of eace with masses being offcr- d lor peace and parishioners sked to join in that intention. Its theme was "if you want leace, work for justice.'1 Since that time, Ed Zarowny if Kimberley, the East Koo- enay representative of the Ca- wdian Catholic Organization or Development and Peace, ivhich is now in its fifth year, poke to the congregations at jolh Sunday masses on devel- ipment anci peace in St. Mi- chael's Catholic Church in Sparwood. Stavely whipped GRANUM (HNS) Stavely Iks were defeated by Granum 21ks in a recent shutfleboard atch at ttie Granum Curling Rink. Stavely challenged Granum .0 the match. The winner ccived the trophy last year by Granum. After the match the Elks and :heir wives enjoyed a pot-Juck supper, Dads, daughters COUTTS (HNS) A "daddy- daughter" dinner was held in the Coutts LDS Church recent- ly for Primary girls and theip dads. The 15 girls, dressed in for mal gowns and each with a cor- sage, escorted by their dads, enjoyed a turkey dinner. The girls also decorated the hall. Their theme was "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." The evening was concludct with games and dancing. Bonspiel set Women pray GRANUM (HNS) The Vorld Day of Prayer service vas held in the Knox Presby- erian Church of Jumbo Valley ecently with about 25 women n attendance. Rev. G. N. Peters spoke on he theme "All Joy Be Yours." Taking part in the service vere: Mrs. Ed (Islay) Griffey, drs. Klass (Annie) Poelman, Fred (Catherine) Wil- iams, Mrs. Art (Evelyn) rjordbottcn, Mrs. Ken (Linda) 3eMaere, Mrs. Dave (Julie) Caldcnvood and Mrs. Don Valerie) Douglas. Miss Bi-enda Vccnland sang What will you do with Jesus, she was accompanied by or- ganist Mrs. Peter (Minnie) Veenland. Seven attend NEW DAYTON NTew Dayton Catholic Women's League met recently at the home of Mrs. Howard Kaupp with seven members present. Donations were made lo the mental health and convention funds. Convention is set for May in Calgary. Lenten services are being held every Thursday al 7 p.m. Donations from Lenten cards will go to "peace and develop- ment." Bishop Paul O'Eyrne was a recent guest at St. Edmund's Roman Catholic Church when be said mass. The March meeting will be held at the home ot Mrs. Clara Kaupp. realized NEW DAYTON (HNS) The World Day of Prayer Ser- vice was held at the New Day- ton United Church with a good attendance from Coulls, Milk River, Warner, Wrentham and New Dayton. Mrs. Stewart Skeitb wel- comed the women. Mrs. Cecil DePratu was organist. Mrs. Howard Hamling spoke on the theme "All Joy BB Yours." Ttie collection amounted to and was sent to the Wom- en's Intcv-Church Council of Canada for projects in Africa Asia, Latin America, the Mid die East and the West Indies. Soaring tests CLARESHOLM The Alber- ta Searing Council has been granted permission by council to hold the Western Canadian Soaring Championship here, 11 will be held al the Clares- holm Airport July 9 to 15. recent meeting of the advisory board of St. Vincent's Hospital Mrs. A. A. Pelletier was nom- inated as vice-chairman of tho board for (he year The matter of responsibility for payment of any future def- icits incurred on behalf of In- dian patients had again been reported to the Alberta Hospi- tal Association. It had agreed to bring the problem to the at- tention of the authorities con- cerned. The secretar y-treasurer of the Town of Pincher Creek had informed the hospital that Deane Gundlock; MP, had ad- vised the town he would be taking up the matter in Ottawa. The liospital will complete 1971 with an operating surplus of about This figure sub- ject to any adjustments made on completion of the annual audit. A'JthoriMlion from the Alber- la Hospital Services Commis- sion to the hospital was re- ceived to charge non-residpnts S33.25 per day, instead of the former charge of per day. A donation of was made to the Ladies Auxiliary by the Sliorl visit for Rev. Moore 011 Friday NOBIEFORD ?he moderator of (he United Church of Canada, Rt. Rev. A. E. B. Moore, will be tho ;uest of honor Friday at a cof- ee party in the Nobleford Uni- ed Church between and a.m. This coffee party is or all interested persons north of the Oldman River. nate a new bed to the hospital lireugh Die ladies auxiliary. The Irard recommended the purchase of three beds at a cost >f SWJ per bed. During January, two patient were painted and ren- ivating and repainting of the jround, first and second floor and corridors has )een completed. Approval was given for nurs- ng aides Miss Yilek and Miss Spencer to attend the annual seminar at the Banff School of Fine Arts on March 22 to 24. Marks birthday GRANUM (HNS) Ed Grif- !ey was honored at a surprise 'amily dinner recently on the occasion of his 76th birthday. Those attending were Mr and Mrs. Harold Jorgenson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Bol Macktn, ,971. Mrs. Alec Barclay witl do- pio- Balnieiil Park topic louiglil CRANBROOK (Special) Gearitig up for its gram, chamber of commerce president Ron Draper has named his committee chair- men. Membership is Mrs. C. G. M e c k I i n g; opportunity for youth. Gordon Dezall; tourist booth, Rand Archibald' trans- portation and airport, Air Whit- lock; program Ed Mile, travel industry', Wanvick Parker; in- dustry, Bruce McDonald; civic affairs, Frank Baynes and pub- relations Bud Caldwell. These are all executive mem- bers, plus James McGimpsey. Vice-presidents are J. W. Ni- col and Dale Hatiernan, and secretary Nancy Webb. At the March 8, membership dinner meeting speaker will be Jerry Browning, an architect. He will speak on the proposed recreation centre for Balment Park, and Computo-Print rep- resentative A. Aufl of Victoria, outlining a proposed new city map the Chamber hopes to have printed soon. The dinner will show the mea- sure of success of a member recruiting drive under the new fee schedule ranges from for individuals lo S70 for businesses employing up to 40 persons, including owners, partners and managers. MARKS 22ND BIRTHDAY Annie Easthope o! Tabcr celebrated her 22nd birthday recently. She hai marked a birthday once each four years except for 1900 which was not a leap year. Mrs. Easthope was a leap year baby of 1880. Gibt> Pholo Brownie Diane Pittman leads round of reports COUTTS (HNS) The Scout-Guirle banquet was held recently in the Coults Civic Centre. Eunice Minor, Guide lieuten- ant, received her camper's li- cence and pin from District Commissioner Gwen Robinson. Reports were given by Diane Pittman, Brownies; Danny Mc- Leorl, Cubs; Charlotte Guides; Scouts; Scott T o 11 e s t r u p, and Geraldine White- sel, Rangers. District Commissioner James Robinson gave a short talk OD scouting. The Scout-Guide program has been here since A Sunday church parade was attended by all groups. BEAUTY SHOP CLARESHOLM Council has approved Mrs. Janette Jor- genson's application to open a beauty shop in her place of resi- dence. Chamberlain School audience Ihrilled PTA lalenl night NEW DAYTON The New Dayton (HNS) By MAIIV TURNBUU. 1 Herald News Service GRASSY LAKE An enter- taining program was presented under the sponsorship of the Chamberlain PTA at "talent night" held al the Chamberlain School. Master of ceremonies was PTA president. George 1 Kambeitz. Four Strong Winds selection presented Community Bonspiet is set for March 13 lo 18 at the Warner Curling Rink. The sponsors, the New Day- ton Golf Club, hope for a good participation. The week will wind up with a banquet and dance, music to be supplied by the Sundowners of Warner. SPRING SWtNE SHOW and SALE Tues. and Wed., April 11 and 12 Lethbrirfge Exhibitiorr Pavilion ENTRIES CLOSE MARCH 11 Hi For entry formi pleate conlact Lethbridge District Exhibition -IdOl 6th Avon us 5ogih UIHBRIDGE, ALBERTA A piano duet was perlormei! by Terence and Richard Barg. A vocal solo When It's Ljinp Lighlin' Time in the Valley was sling by Sherry Hacnuc, u-iift Marilyn Ilildebrand as accom- panisl. Christcen Weber played a pi- ano solo Sailing, Sailing, follow- ed will) a quartet Laurel, Smel- lic, Ellen and Tom Redd ren- dering Hans Ilaugen. 1 Love You Truly was play- ed on flute Karen piano duct by Brenda and Ja- net Willms was entitled Pea- cock March and White Clouds. Mrs. Woodruff's Grade 4 and 5 class sang Santa Lucia. This was followed by a solo, Jane Woodruff singing Put Your Hand in the Hand, The elementary band under Ihe direction of N. M. Iverson entertained with several selec- tions. Marching in School was the piano duet played hy Kevin Torrie and Kevin Vrilfms. Fol- lowed by a trio, Kalby, Helen and Elizabeth Harder singing, Heavenly p'ather I Appreciate You. Under the direction of Mrs. Helen Clemi.s the junior nnd se- nior baud played Boy and A Quick March. Pat Sinclair recited a humor- ous selection Swede Dairy Farmer. Grade 11 and 12 singing group. This was followed by a piano solo Sonatina in G hy Kevin Willms. Allen Andres, soloist, accom- panied pianist Rosalyn Funk, rendered Die Forclle (Trout) by .Schubert. An instrumental group, Abe, George and Jake Tiiicssen fea- tured guilai's and dnur.s. Torrie and 13ert entertained with a ventnloquis! act, follow- ed by a dance by sislers, Jo- Anne. 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